Israel Cleantech Intelligence: Green Towers and 7 More Headlines

Tel-Aviv's-skyline-is-changing Israel-China deals, green synagogues, droughts and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.

Solaer, a Spanish renewable energy company, is expecting to claim 10% of the the Israeli PV solar market within five years. Progress is being made on the construction of Tel Aviv’s first green office tower, as well as on Ormat and Solar Millennium AG’s attempt to win a contract to develop and run a solar thermal energy plant in Israel. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

Energy Efficiency
Israel to Make Public Buildings More Energy Efficient – At No Cost to the Taxpayer

Israel’s New “Green” Synagogue to Raise Environmental Awareness

Green light for a ‘green’ high rise in Tel Aviv

Water
Editorial: Prepare for the drought

Solar
Spain’s Solaer is Bullish on Israel’s PV Market, Hopes to Win 10% Market Share

Ormat Joins Solar Millennium in Tender for Ashalim Solar Thermal Plant

Electric Car
How will we charge tomorrow’s electric cars?

Israel-China
Israel pitches tech prowess to China

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